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PlayStation Now hands-on at CES 2014 | Engadget



You’ll excuse us if we didn’t expect PlayStation Now to work so well. It’s a game-streaming service, and the history of game-streaming services is littered with dead bodies. When Sony spent an unbelievable $380 million on Gaikai, it seemed impossible that the service could ever live up to that incredible sum. While PlayStation Now may not live up to that massive payout, it does, in fact, work. And it works really well. Read more on Engadget: http://goo.gl/VJYwuE

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21 comments

  1. Are you only able to rent the games??

  2. not something i'm interested in

  3. it awesome i can play crash bandicoot everywhere

  4. Priceeeee… Let's hear a priceee!

  5. does this work if you own just a ps3 as i'm thinking of getting a vita, would I for example be able to play Uncharted 3 on a ps vita without a ps4 or playstation plus e.t.c?

  6. to bad you need literally the best internet possible for this service… lmaoย 

  7. +MyLizardsAWizard sony owns gakai, so its built on that technology.

  8. its funny that he says BRAVIA instead of TV

  9. this is just awesome… woah…

  10. I loving this feature, i want to see how this would actually work

  11. I do not think this works with current internet speeds and cap limits

  12. hah, Xbox blows. Sony has mobile gaming streaming, now this. What does Xbox have…? Kinect? Not to mention Microsoft is falling behind on the PC platform, Mantle will soon make the need for DirectX a bygone, and most people are sticking to Windows 7 for gaming since Windows 8 is practically made for touchscreens. Microsoft, your a bunch of fucking morons. Just wait until someone makes a new OS, it will render you obsolete, and we'll all be happy about it.

  13. Cant wait to play ps4 games on my ps3. This way I don't have to buy a ps4
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  14. Xbox fanboy here..

    This is a fantastic thing. I think it's great and I wish Microsoft and Nintendo would (and Sony) would get their heads out of their butts and provide cloud streaming to ALL Internet connected devices! With in reason of course, but Come On…! Subscription or single game purchases to an unlimited number of devices. Why the F not?

  15. Welp, sony u can take my fucking soul now. I don't care.

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